Diwali is a festival that brings days full of beautiful houses decorated with lights, flowers, rangoli, lit firecrackers, gaining a few pounds by gorging on the most delicious sweets, and yes not to forget, full of gifts!
To help you avoid regular candy and dried fruit baskets, we’re here with a list of unique gift ideas for Diwali 2021. Take a look and buy yours soon! Whether you want a gift for loved ones or someone in your office, we’ve got you covered!
Diwali 2021 Gift ideas, Decoration ideas
Bulb shaped LED lamp: It is the most relevant gift that you can buy online or at a gift shop next door. You can use it for various purposes like making it a night lamp or decorating it in the corner of your living room, it will look beautiful in every way. You can buy it easily between Rs. 500-1000. Likewise, you can buy lamps in different shapes and gift them to your friends and family.
Hand painted ceramic plates: Ok so this one is going to be a bit pricey. These hand painted ceramic plates are very trendy these days. You can use it either for food or to decorate the walls of your house. These are beautiful works of art that are painted only by the hands of artisans. These can go anywhere between Rs 1500-4000.
Cup and saucer set: Diwali and tea go hand in hand, don’t you think? This gift box will allow you to have a good cup of tea with your loved ones. The cup and saucer set is something you can never go wrong with, gifting it to anyone from your coworkers to your family. There are a plethora of cup and saucer sets you can choose from and the range is varied depending on the material, size and design you choose. But anyway, a decent set can go anywhere around Rs. 800 to 3,500.
Scented candles: Who doesn’t love a room full of fresh scent? Whether it’s rose or lavender, the scent of fresh flowers is an all-time yes! Lighting candles on Diwali has been a tradition that has lasted for decades and with scented candles you can add more liveliness to the already festive season! The price of these candles depends on the size of the candle you purchase. It can cost you as little as Rs. 150.
Idol of Lord Ganesh: Since Diwali is a festival where we remember Lord Ganesha and worship him with Goddess Saraswati, it is an ideal gift. You can opt for different sizes and materials of the idol and buy it as per your requirement. These days we also get eco-friendly idols of Lord Ganesha and what better way to think about the environment when this festival also sees severe air pollution from firecrackers. This gift can be as cheap as Rs.350 up to Rs.5000.
Poker Game Set: When it comes to Diwali, how can you miss a game of poker. This poker set is made to make the most of this holiday season. This game will surely involve everyone in the house. This game is not just about monetary benefits, but about the memories and laughs we share while playing with our loved ones. This poker set can cost you less than Rs 3000.
Indoor planters: Indoor planters are a very safe gift idea. They can very well be used for decoration purposes. Their hanging style is what gives a unique aura to the whole room. You can get them easily at nurseries or online. The price range may surprise you with the type of plant you buy, but you can still manage to bag a good plant for at least Rs. 500.
The best fun Diwali celebration ideas
- The first thing you want to do on Diwali is decorate your house. You can do this by making rangoli, installing lights all over your house, decorating flowers, and keeping your house clean.
- Then comes the fun part! Diwali is a time for everyone in the family to make the most of it and go out of their way to make it happen. So for fun, you can participate in various Diwali games which are played like poker, or sing while playing Antakshari, and dance.
- You can also go with all the homemade sweets instead of buying them at the confectionery. This will make you all the more excited about this festival of lights.
- Hold a contest for the best outfit for everyone in the house and reserve a prize for the winner. The prize will make everyone dress even more, I’m sure!
- You can make Diwali cards and gift them to your relatives or friends.
- You can also organize a Diwali Shayari competition and let out everyone’s inner Ghalib.
Although the list is endless, we hope you can choose something unique and interesting for yourself and enjoy this happy day. A very happy and prosperous Diwali to you all!